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Police continue to search for three escaped Sullivan County Jail inmates Friday morning, including a man indicted on second-degree murder charges.

-Tobias Carr: second-degree murder, vandalism, tampering with evidence

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-Johnny Brown: failure to appear, driving on a suspended or revoked license, harassment, violation of an order of protection, domestic assault, aggravated stalking

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-Timothy Sarver: auto theft, identity theft, drug paraphernalia, unlawful carrying of a weapon

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  • Tobias Wayne Carr , 38 years old. 5 feet and 11 inches. 160 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes
  • Johnny Shane Brown , 50 years old. 5 feet and 11 inches. 200 pounds with gray hair and brown eyes
  • Timothy Allen Sarver , 45 years old. 6 feet and 2 inches. 235 pounds with strawberry blond hair and green eyes

SCSO stated the three men are believed to have climbed into an air vent, through the jail’s HVAC system. Afterward, they disappeared.

According to a release from the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office, They are searching for a White 2001 Short Bed Chevrolet Silverado with Tennessee registration 830GSD. The suspects could possibly be traveling through Alabama to avoid capture. Keep your eyes open.

Friday afternoon, the sheriff’s office announced on its Facebook page that the United States Marshals offered a $5,000 reward plus for information leading to the capture of each individual inmate. The total reward for information leading to the capture of all three suspects totals a hefty $22,500.

Authorities ask

Anyone with information regarding the inmates’ whereabouts is to call 1-800-TBI-FIND or 911 immediately, and are encouraged to avoid approaching them because they are obviously dangerous. Keep your eyes open Alabama, and get these guys back where they belong.

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